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Diamond Racing Owners Xmas Party

We have arranged a get together for Diamond Racing Owners to say thank you for your support over the past year, I suppose we can call it a Christmas party. This will be held in December. All Diamond Racing owners have been sent an...
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Munster National to honour JT McNamara

THE Munster National at Limerick on October 9 has been renamed to honour John Thomas McNamara, the leading amateur rider who died earlier this year. Born in Limerick in 1975, McNamara was widely considered one of the leading amateur riders of his generation, riding...
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Tommy Stack to retire at the end of the season

CLASSIC-winning trainer Tommy Stack is to retire at the end of this year with his son, and long time assistant, Fozzy, taking over the licence at Thomastown Castle stables in Co Tipperary. Stack, who was twice champion jump jockey in Britain and who achieved...
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Suspicious betting patterns investigated

THE BHA is investigating suspicious betting patterns regarding the withdrawal of Faugheen from last season’s Champion Hurdle. Trained by Willie Mullins, who is not suspected of any wrongdoing, Faugheen was the odds-on favourite for the Cheltenham Festival Grade 1, and was also part of...
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Quintessential On Course For Debut

Our 2 year old filly trained by Richard Fahey is on course to make her debut in the next month. Quintessential is a half sister to a two time 2 year old winner who was also placed on another 8 occasions and rated 80, she...
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Become A Racehorse Owner!!!

If you have ever considered racehorse ownership but have been concerned about the cost, Diamond Racing allows anyone who wants to be involved in ownership to get in involved with NO CAPITAL OUTLAY and a fixed monthly fee from just £30 per month. Experience...
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Top Irish jumps trainer Colm Murphy to quit

COLM MURPHY, winner of multiple Grade 1s including the Champion Hurdle and Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, has revealed that he will retire from the training ranks. Murphy, 42, took out his licence in 2000 and soon made an impact at the top...
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BHA announces new weight for age revisions

FLAT racing’s weight for age scale will have its first shake up in more than 25 years when a revised table is introduced next summer by the BHA in conjunction with the European Pattern Committee. The aim is to ensure a more level playing...
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It’s A Walk For Winter At Newton Abbot

Winter Walk confirmed the promise he showed at Uttoxeter on his return from injury with a ready success at Newton Abbot on Friday. Settled at the back of the field by the excellent Alan Johns Winter Walk started to make eye catching headway approaching four hurdles...
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